19.55 Acres for Sale

8995 E 136th Ave Brighton, CO 80602

8995 E 136th Ave, Brighton, CO, 80602
8995 E 136th Ave, Brighton, CO, 80602
FOR SALE
Property Type:
Other Land
Amount:
$2,990,000
Last Verified:
Jul 15, 2022


Description

19.55 acres for sale across from Riverdale Ridge High School and Rodger Quest Middle School on the northeast corner of E. 136th Ave. and Yosemite St.
Property sits within the City of Thornton's future growth boundary for annexation into the City of Thornton allowing city utilities with a planned EN (Estate Neighborhood) zoning - Ownership willing to consider buyer re-zoning efforts
Property is in a rapidly growing trade area with easy access to E-470 and Highway 85

136th Ave and Yosemite

Building Size: 10000sq ft
Lot Size: 19.55 acres


Documents

8995_E_136th_Ave_-_19.55_acres_for_sale_1013.pdf

Map of 8995 E 136th Ave, Brighton, CO, 80602

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